Source code for supybot.utils.python

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import sys
import types
import fnmatch
import threading

def universalImport(*names):
    """Attempt to import the given modules, in order, returning the first
    successfully imported module.  ImportError will be raised, as usual, if
    no imports succeed.  To emulate ``from ModuleA import ModuleB'', pass the
    string 'ModuleA.ModuleB'"""
    f = sys._getframe(1)
    for name in names:
        try:
            # __import__ didn't gain keyword arguments until 2.5
            ret = __import__(name, f.f_globals)
        except ImportError:
            continue
        else:
            if '.' in name:
                parts = name.split('.')[1:]
                while parts:
                    ret = getattr(ret, parts[0])
                    del parts[0]
            return ret
    raise ImportError(','.join(names))

def changeFunctionName(f, name, doc=None):
    if doc is None:
        doc = f.__doc__
    if hasattr(f, '__closure__'):
        closure = f.__closure__
    else:
        # Pypy
        closure = f.func_closure
    newf = types.FunctionType(f.__code__, f.__globals__, name,
                              f.__defaults__, closure)
    newf.__doc__ = doc
    return newf

class Object(object):
    def __ne__(self, other):
        return not self == other

class MetaSynchronized(type):
    METHODS = '__synchronized__'
    LOCK = '_MetaSynchronized_rlock'
    def __new__(cls, name, bases, dict):
        sync = set()
        for base in bases:
            if hasattr(base, MetaSynchronized.METHODS):
                sync.update(getattr(base, MetaSynchronized.METHODS))
        if MetaSynchronized.METHODS in dict:
            sync.update(dict[MetaSynchronized.METHODS])
        if sync:
            def synchronized(f):
                def g(self, *args, **kwargs):
                    lock = getattr(self, MetaSynchronized.LOCK)
                    lock.acquire()
                    try:
                        f(self, *args, **kwargs)
                    finally:
                        lock.release()
                return changeFunctionName(g, f.__name__, f.__doc__)
            for attr in sync:
                if attr in dict:
                    dict[attr] = synchronized(dict[attr])
            original__init__ = dict.get('__init__')
            def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
                if not hasattr(self, MetaSynchronized.LOCK):
                    setattr(self, MetaSynchronized.LOCK, threading.RLock())
                if original__init__:
                    original__init__(self, *args, **kwargs)
                else:
                    # newclass is defined below.
                    super(newclass, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)
            dict['__init__'] = __init__
        newclass = super(MetaSynchronized, cls).__new__(cls, name, bases, dict)
        return newclass
Synchronized = MetaSynchronized('Synchronized', (), {})

def glob2re(g):
    pattern = fnmatch.translate(g)
    if pattern.startswith('(?s:') and pattern.endswith(')\\Z'):
        # Python >= 3.6
        return pattern[4:-3] + '\\Z'
    elif pattern.endswith('\\Z(?ms)'):
        # Python >= 2.6 and < 3.6
        #
        # Translate glob to regular expression, trimming the "match EOL"
        # portion of the regular expression.
        # Some Python versions use \Z(?ms) per
        # https://bugs.python.org/issue6665
        return pattern[:-7]
    else:
        assert False, 'Python < 2.6, or unknown behavior of fnmatch.translate.'


_debug_software_name = 'Limnoria'
_debug_software_version = None
# From http://code.activestate.com/recipes/52215-get-more-information-from-tracebacks/
def collect_extra_debug_data():
    """
    Print the usual traceback information, followed by a listing of all the
    local variables in each frame.
    """
    data = ''
    try:
        tb = sys.exc_info()[2]
        stack = []

        while tb:
            stack.append(tb.tb_frame)
            tb = tb.tb_next
    finally:
        del tb

    if _debug_software_version:
        data += '%s version: %s\n\n' % \
                (_debug_software_name, _debug_software_version)
    else:
        data += '(Cannot get %s version.)\n\n' % _debug_software_name

    data += 'Locals by frame, innermost last:\n'
    for frame in stack:
        data += '\n\n'
        data += ('Frame %s in %s at line %s\n' % (frame.f_code.co_name,
                                             frame.f_code.co_filename,
                                             frame.f_lineno))
        frame_locals = frame.f_locals
        for inspected in ('self', 'cls'):
            if inspected in frame_locals:
                if hasattr(frame_locals[inspected], '__dict__') and \
                        frame_locals[inspected].__dict__:
                    for (key, value) in frame_locals[inspected].__dict__.items():
                        frame_locals['%s.%s' % (inspected, key)] = value
        for key, value in frame_locals.items():
            if key == '__builtins__':
                # This is flooding
                continue
            data += ('\t%20s = ' % key)
            #We have to be careful not to cause a new error in our error
            #printer! Calling str() on an unknown object could cause an
            #error we don't want.
            try:
                data += repr(value) + '\n'
            except:
                data += '<ERROR WHILE PRINTING VALUE>\n'
    data += '\n'
    data += '+-----------------------+\n'
    data += '| End of locals display |\n'
    data += '+-----------------------+\n'
    data += '\n'
    return data

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